Just found the Spectra in stock Amazon Part number 7-4013 I have had good luck with Spectra parts Made in Canada
Any idea where I could get one? Is it vital to have the 134a version?There are 134a pressure switches for our cars available out there, I have an extra one hanging around somewhere, but I cant find it.
They are also denoted as 134a between the prongs on the connectors that plug in.
No MSDS on the listing, but they note it's flammable.Why not just put this stuff in. Its made to work with all stock R12 components and oil. Sure it has a R134a nozzle on the bottle and you need the R134a adapter and hose to charge it. BUT you only need 2 cans as long as you vacate whats in there and do not use a vacuum on the system. Per their directions. 1 can is equal to 21oz. Total 2 cans 42oz=2.6lbs.
This product was designed and developed to meet the needs for colder air for some applications in auto, agriculture and commercial applications. Enviro-Safe Industrial 134a Replacement Refrigerant will work in small vehicles, sedans, minivans, SUVs, and large SUVs (Suburbans & Expeditions, etc)...www.bestrefrigerant.com
Difloroethane is listed as the main ingredient, but the label says, no CFCs.
I would worry about its compatibility with: hoses, seals, old refrigerant, and oil.
Why not stick with 134a? And it's compatible flushes, and oils?
So is anti-freeze. Just sayin'......